Theatre School

Explore the world of theatre.

At Globe Theatre School, we encourage our youngest students to indulge in imaginative play and pretend. New artistic muscles grow and develop as they transition into our collective creation core programs, which are designed to build collaborative abilities and spark creative expression.

As their focus shifts to technical theatre and performance, our teen programming provides students with the necessary foundation to confidently write, act, and improvise in a positive group environment.

Teenagers and adults are offered the opportunity to perform in professional settings and challenge themselves in new and exciting ways.

History of Globe Theatre School.

The Globe Theatre School was launched in 2006 to provide people of all ages with the opportunity to participate in the art of theatre and creation. The school offers in-house multi-disciplinary classes, a provincial outreach program, a professional placement program with the University of Regina as well as specialty classes including Improv for Autism, an annual summer camp for newly arrived and immigrant youth in partnership with the Regina Open Door Society, and LAUNCH, an annual festival of new work by young artists.


Globe Theatre School Instructors

Greg Ochitwa

Greg Ochitwa

Theatre School Director
Vanessa Prevost

Vanessa Prevost

Theatre School Instructor

Explore the world of theatre.

Globe Theatre School offers a wide selection of multi-disciplinary classes taught by Saskatchewan industry professionals.

Since its inception in 2006, the GTS has become one of the most important initiatives in our company’s history. Not only are we creating pathways for young Saskatchewan artists to pursue successful and rewarding careers throughout Canada, we are also helping them find confidence in themselves. We now offer theatre training and acting classes for students from two years old to adult, as well as multimedia classes (short film creation), intensive workshops for beginners and professionals, and courses in improvisation.

Our classes encourage children’s imaginations and place value on their creative growth. This is why we often don’t start with a script. Students are supported by their instructors as they collaboratively create a new work of theatre. They write monologues, create their own characters, and together build elements of narrative. The classes are designed to build young people’s confidence in their own ideas and to encourage collaboration. Overall, our approach is one that gives students creative freedom and helps them build strong relationships, while being a whole lot of FUN.
How many students ar

Class sizes vary with a minimum of six and a maximum of twelve.

As with most schools, some classes fill up quicker than others. To avoid disappointment, please register early.

Payments & Funding

Payment of the full balance for Globe Theatre School fees is due by the first day of class. Financing options are available for all classes- call for more information.

After the first class, a payment reminder will be issued via email for any outstanding balance. If payment is not received within two weeks of this reminder, a late payment fee of $25 will be applied.

If payment has not been received in full by the final week of regular classes, the student may be unable to participate in final presentations.

If a student has outstanding fees, neither they nor members of their household may register for another GTS class until such time as the outstanding balance has been paid in full.

Payment for GTS classes can be made in the following ways:

Over the phone by calling 306.525.6400 and providing your Visa or Mastercard number
Online – if you have already registered for a class but want to pay online, click here to log in. You will be asked to enter your credit card information.

Unfortunately, Globe Theatre does not accept American Express or e-transfers.

Students withdrawing their registration with at least 14 days remaining before class begins are entitled to a 100% refund.

Students withdrawing their registration with fewer than 14 days remaining before the class begins are entitled to a 50% refund.

No refund will be given from the first day of class except for medical reasons (doctor’s certificate required).

Globe Theatre School reserves the right to cancel any program with insufficient enrolment. In that event, registrants will be contacted by phone and email, and full refunds will be issued if the student cannot be placed in another class.

We encourage families to contact  Creative Kids directly for funding opportunities, or SK Arts for the Prince Edward Arts Scholarship.

For more information on funding opportunities or this policy, please contact the Box Office at 

More Programs

The Prince Edward Arts & Scholarship

The Prince Edward Arts Scholarship provides funding to students who are Saskatchewan residents and who have been accepted or have applied to study or train in arts programs at accredited post-secondary institutions or recognized arts training institutions.

Click here for more information.

Creative Kids

Creative Kids provides financial support so all Saskatchewan children and youth have an opportunity to participate in artistic and cultural activities.

Click here for more information.

Cancellation Policy

100% refund up to 14 days before class begins. 50% refund 14 days or less before class begins. No refund will be given from the first day of class except for medical reason, and only with a doctor’s certificate.

Globe Theatre School reserves the right to cancel any program with insufficient enrolment. In that event, full refunds will be provided or we will try to place the student in another class.

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